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Frequently asked questions

 Here are the most frequenly ask questions. Please feel free to call or text us if you don't have the answer to your question here. if you want to see your question here, please submit it below. 
  1. My spouse or my parent have a green card, can he petition for me?
    You May Petition For The Following Family Members: Spouse (husband or wife) Unmarried children under 21 Unmarried son or daughter of any age
  2. After i have my green card, how soon can i file for my naturalization (citizenship)?
    You have been a permanent resident for at least 5 years and meet all other eligibility requirements Been a permanent resident for 3 years or more & have spouse of a U.S. citizen You have qualifying service in the U.S. armed forces Your child may qualify for naturalization if you are a U.S. citizen, the child was born outside the U.S., the child is currently residing outside the U.S.
  3. Can i petition for my parents both at the same time Do i still pay the fee 2x or just one?
    Yes you can. We actually recommend doing that if you want both of your parents to come. Why go through the process twice if you can do it once at the same time? Each application will have a separate fee.
  4. Can i petition for my brother or sister?
    Yes you can but only if you are a US Citizen no green card holder.
  5. How long would my case take to process?
    It depend on the your processing center where you live. Cases varies base on what and where you are filing.
  6. If i live with my boyfriend/girlfriend, can we file joint return?
    IRS only allows a couple to file a joint tax return if the state they reside in recognizes the relationship as a legal marriage; unmarried couples are never eligible to file joint returns. If you don’t plan on getting married in the near future, there are other filing statuses that couples can use on their separate income tax returns. When unmarried couples have children together, the head of household filing status is oftentimes available, but only to the parent who is responsible for paying more than half the cost of maintaining the home where the child resides for more than half the year.
  7. How long do we have to be married before we can file for joint return?
    Even if your wedding is on December 31, the IRS will consider you as being married for that tax year. Keep in mind though that the IRS does not require you to be legally married for an entire tax year before filing a joint return. This allows you and your new spouse to enjoy all the benefits of filing jointly for the year in which your wedding happened.
  8. Can i call immigration myself to inquire about my case?
    Yes you can the number is below National Customer Service Center 800-375-5283
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